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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

dear all

previously i had a problem with installing windows 10 64 and i wasn't able to see hdd but now i do

but when i install windows 10 x64 when it finished it comes with a bsod with inaccessible boot device

note : i tried to install in the nvme SSD 500 Gb and there is another hdd 1 t.b unallocated

and when i try go to bios setup in configuration page (UEFI HII Configuration) Intel Rapid Storage Technology

i find

Non-Raid  Physical Disks

> WD HDD 1 T.B

> PCIe 1.0 INTEL Nvme (476.9 Gb)

 

i tried many times to make the (PCIe 1.0 INTEL Nvme 476.9 Gb) before the HDD but i van't

My Lap Info

 

Model : HP 15-DW3019ne

 

BIOS : Insyde

BIOS Version : F .46

 

Please Help

 

Thanks

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Hi:

 

Normally if there is no operating system on the 1 TB 2.5" drive, the notebook should automatically boot from the NVMe SSD if you install Windows on the NVMe SSD.

 

Notebooks with dual drive configurations do not have Windows on the 2.5" drive.

 

It is used for storage only.

 

There should be no need to change the boot order in the BIOS.

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Thanks for your answer

But when I already tried to install windows 10 x 64 on nvme 

And when it restarts it comes with bsod and inaccessible boot message 

What I have to do 

 

Thanks for your efforts

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You're very welcome.

 

It has something to do with the Intel Optane portion of the SSD.

 

See if this link is of help to you...

 

HP PCs - Installing and Using Intel Optane | HP® Customer Support

 

If the above info doesn't help, if there is a setting in the BIOS to disable the Intel Optane/RST, disable it and see if you can run Windows off the NVMe SSD.

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